You Got Me

Album: When It’s Dark Out (2015)
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  • This sweary track (the F-word is used 49 times) finds G-Eazy raging against those who are killing his vibe.
  • The song was produced by frequent Waka Flocka Flame and Future collaborator, Southside. The rapper recalled to The Boombox: "We made a couple of songs, two of them are on the album and then we made the 'Bitch You Got Me F---ed Up' record, we made that one in, like 15 minutes."

    "And I remember he was just going through his folder and he played that beat almost skipped it, he only played the first five seconds and I was like, 'Whoa, what the f--- is that? Go back, that beat's crazy.' And what I loved about it is that it's so minimal, it's so simple. And there's only three sounds, but it was the perfect tempo."


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